2 April 2011

Read & Reviewed in March

Another really good reading month, two Aussie authors****:
  1. 4.5, THE DEVOTION OF SUSPECT X, Keigo Higashino (31 Mar)- audio
  2. 4.3, THE SERPENT AND THE SCORPION, Clare Langley-Hawthorne  (29 Mar) - Kindle****
  3. 4.0, LATE, LATE IN THE EVENING, Gladys Mitchell (25 Mar)
  4. 4.8, CROOKED LETTER, CROOKED LETTER, Tom Franklin (20 Mar)
  5. 4.3, MURDER IN PARADISE, Ann Cleeves  (20 Mar)
  6. 4.2, DARK WATER, Georgia Blain (19 Mar)- Kindle ****
  7. 4.5, FROZEN MOMENT, Camilla Ceder (15 Mar)
  8. 4.7, WHERE MEMORIES LIE, Deborah Crombie (12 Mar)
  9. 4.2, THE POCKET ESSENTIAL AGATHA CHRISTIE, Mark Campbell (11 Mar)- Kindle
  10. 4.3, MURDER IS EASY, Agatha Christie (11 Mar)- Kindle
  11. 4.6, SARAH'S KEY, Tatiana de Rosnay (11 Mar)- audio
  12. 4.0, MRS POLLIFAX, INNOCENT TOURIST, Dorothy Gilman (9 Mar)
  13. 3.8, MONSIEUR PAMPLEMOUSSE TAKES THE CURE, Michael Bond (8 Mar)
  14. 4.8, THE SWEETNESS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PIE, Alan Bradley (7 Mar)
  15. 4.7, DYING GASP, Leighton Gage (1 Mar)
Pick of the month was hard but I've chosen  CROOKED LETTER, CROOKED LETTER, Tom Franklin because there is more to it than a murder mystery.

2 comments:

Gavin said...

I agree with your best of the month pick! Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter is a winner.

Margot Kinberg said...

OK, you've left me no choice now, Kerrie. I must read Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter. Actually, you have, indeed, had a good reading month overall...

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